After talking with some co-workers after the game, and again at work today; we've come up with this scenario: The last few weeks, especially after the near-miss win over Tennessee, the heartbreak loss to Seattle and then the blowout at San Francisco...things had been changing on the Texans entire team. The real truth came out yesterday against the Rams. The defense had been trying to tell the offense that if they could not score, or do anything but hand the opponents a win, then what's the use in busting our tails when we know we are going to lose. This spread not only through the defense, but through special teams and some of the offense. It was quite obvious that the team was sick and tired of the debacle at the quarterback position. We went from a QB dilemma the past few weeks to a total team meltdown the last two games. It's quite obvious that the team just doesn't "get holes in itself" all of a sudden. The loss seems to be a dedicated effort to go out there and go through the motions because nothing is going to change positively. This is just mine and a few others opinions, and we may be totally wrong...but for some reason the passion of this team is gone.